Monthly Archives: July 2012

Empty Spaces #2: The Meditative Path and Inner Development- the Mind’s “Refuge”


Everyone who attempts the meditative practice will face what could be perceived as one of the greatest obstacles: the constant, compulsive and unstoppable flow of thoughts. Indeed, mind seeks every possible refuge. This is stated in the ancient Buddhist texts. … Continue reading

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Empty Spaces#1: The Meditative Path and Inner Development- Naturalness


The posts on this blog have spoken much about various practices and about some practical suggestions (even if of general and superficial character) which can be experimented on by anyone with a little charge of “good will”. What hasn’t been … Continue reading

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An in-depth about the need to be relaxed #3: The Practice


A type of block that requires specific attention and which is common in almost all people, is muscular stiffening, namely, maintaining the muscles in a continuous state of tension. Such an attitude increases the blood flow in the muscles involved … Continue reading

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An in-depth about the need to be relaxed #2: the foundation


The foundation of an efficient inner work is the capacity of producing a balance in our psychophysical structure. Efforts, intended as intentional actions which constantly increase cannot be sustained without a balance in ourselves; indeed, how could we increase or … Continue reading

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